International Ninja Day Shortbread

The Starting Five

  1. Intel: IBM’s chip with optical interconnections may not be efficient in manufacturing
  2. VR-Zone: Google’s Chrome OS netbook coming next week;

    Engadget reports Chrome event confirmed by Google for December 7th

  3. Engadget: This is the Google Chrome OS netbook keyboard
  4. ComScore: Android keeps chugging, BlackBerry falters,

    world awaits Windows Phone 7’s numbers

  5. Threatpost: Researchers bypass Internet Explorer protected mode


International Ninja Day

  1. KitGuru reveals how many GTX 570 cards will land in the UK
  2. Ars Technica: Oracle launches SPARC Supercluster, sets new DB performance record

    and where’s WikiLeaks? The “infowar” is on as site hops servers

  3. Engadget: Verizon trials Home Phone Connect, turns your landline into a cell phone
  4. TUAW: Apple takes down AirPrint Hacktivator

    and Vibe for iPhone could give Skype a challenge

Software and gaming

  1. Expreview: Again postponed, 3DMark 11 to come out on December 7th
  2. MCV reports EA thinks Apple console could prosper
  3. Engadget: Mad Catz ships Rock Band 3 MIDI Pro adapter,

    gives your keyboard and drum set new life

  4. Joystiq: Survey gauges interest in potential future Assassin’s Creed features
  5. Shacknews on video games to be released this week
  6. Shacknews reviews Splatterhouse

Systems

  1. TechReviewSource reviews Dell Vostro V130
  2. Legit Reviews has Phenom II X6 1075T 6-core processor performance review
  3. Tech ARP’s BIOS option of the week – Synchronous mode select
  4. VR-Zone’s first look at Asus ROG Maximum IV Extreme Intel P67 motherboard
  5. OC3D reviews 4GB G.Skill Trident DDR3-2500 memory kit

Multimedia and power

  1. Tech ARP posts mobile GPU comparison guide rev. 10.3
  2. HT4U reviews Sapphire Radeon HD 6850 Toxic (in German)
  3. Madshrimps review Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD
  4. t-break reviews TDK WR700 headphones
  5. TWL reviews iUi Design BeLong iPad speaker
  6. Hexus.net posts Christmas gift guide 2010: Audio visual
  7. Hardware Bistro reviews 650W Thermaltake Toughpower Grand PSU
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    • Hattig
    • 9 years ago

    At least Google have been brave enough to revisit the keyboard layout for their netbooks (shame they’re Atom based, I’ll wait for the Zacate one!). Bye bye caps lock (although the search key is an odd idea, why not move control back there and have search in the lower-left, where you won’t accidentally hit it). Nice spacing on the function keys too.

    • Goty
    • 9 years ago

    Reply Fail

    • OneArmedScissor
    • 9 years ago

    If that Chrome netbook uses Atom and not some ARM thinger, as some rumors suggested, I’m going to stab my ear drums with golf tees until my spinal fluid leaks out. At least they’re supposed to require SSDs, but ugh, Atom…that’s a good way to ruin a good idea.

    And btw, as cool as ninjas are, prohibition was repealed December 5th. That’s just *slightly* more important. :p

      • sweatshopking
      • 9 years ago

      idk man. atom’s awesome. intel keeps saying that it’s WAY faster than arm chips. I don’t see it, but intel keeps saying it.

        • Goty
        • 9 years ago

        Linpack results are pretty interesting when comparing Atom to any of the current high-end smartphone SoCs out there.

        • sschaem
        • 9 years ago

        From the reports I seen, arm get you half the performance but save you ~1.5 watt peak and is ~$10 cheaper system wide. Maybe builder found that extra $10 and 1.5watt peak consumption to be a good trade off for the extra performance?
        The performance delta get insanely big if you compare 128bit float SSE3 code… But then I’m not sure chrome OS use any of that.

      • burntham77
      • 9 years ago

      Yes and you know who got prohibition repealed? Ninjas.

        • OneArmedScissor
        • 9 years ago

        I suppose Drunken Master does lend that possibility some merit.

          • Turd-Monkey
          • 9 years ago

          Drunken masteries are styles/forms of Kung-Fu, which is Chinese.

          I doubt Ninjas would side with them, unless of course they were paid well.

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